Dry Ice for Medical and Clinical Laboratory Shipments
Medical and clinical laboratory shipment companies use dry ice for shipping. Either cut block or pellet dry ice can be used for shipping purposes. We can cut the dry ice blocks into dimensions to suit a customer's cooling and space requirements. Typical cuts are a 10 pound 2" x 10" x 10" cut or a five pound 2" x 5" x 10" cut. These cuts can be delivered without packaging or packaged in kraft bags or individually packaged in poly bags.
Dry ice is often delivered to medical shipment customers in HR11 insulated containers that hold approximately 600 pounds of pellet and 700 pounds of cut block. The HR11 has a hinged lid which helps control sublimation and is available on wheels for easy movement throughout a facility. Larger containers are available for larger quantity shipments. When full containers are delivered empty containers from prior deliveries are picked up and returned to our plant.
Continental Carbonic goes to great lengths to minimize the risk of product contamination. We adhere to strict maintenance and sanitization programs for our dry ice production equipment. We require our floor personnel to wear hair nets and anti-bacterial smocks and employ food grade cleanliness practices. Liquid carbon dioxide and dry ice are periodically tested to assure tight product specifications are being met. Digital video cameras monitor the production floor at each of our plants. Insulated containers are thoroughly cleaned and sanitized upon their return to our plants and lids are shrink wrapped once containers are filled. These practices result in Continental Carbonic being able to deliver the highest quality cut block and pellet dry ice in the industry.
On Time Deliveries
Our medical and clinical product shipping customers require timely delivery of dry ice to allow their distribution centers to meet their outbound shipment schedules on an uninterrupted basis. Continental Carbonic managers stay in close contact with their customer counterparts to insure timely and accurate communication of orders and adjustments.